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TNA: Best of the Bloodiest Brawls: Scars and Stitches
TNA Best of the Bloodiest Brawls Scars and Stitches
Actor: Various
Director: Various
Genres: Sports
NR     2008     3hr 30min

TNA Wrestling Home Video presents "The Best Of The Bloodiest Brawls: Scars and Stitches", featuring the most out-of-control, barbaric and brutal matches in Total Nonstop Action. The DVD features bouts such as the Six Sides...  more »


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Actor: Various
Director: Various
Genres: Sports
Sub-Genres: Wrestling
Studio: TNA
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Best of
DVD Release Date: 08/05/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 3hr 30min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

TNA's Bound for BLOODINESS!!!!
Scotty 2 Hotty 24 | Back Woods, GEORGIA | 08/01/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This was a pretty good best of the bloodiest brawls dvd. They didn't show the best bloodiest brawls, they only show the bloodiest brawls from the end of 2005 till now. It starts out with some of the participants talking about their experiences in these matches. It soon moves on to where Jarrett & Rhino start talking about their match at Turning Point & then that leads into the matches.

1. NWA World Championship- Turning Point 2005
Jeff Jarrett vs. Rhino
This match starts off in the ring for about 5 minutes then moves to the outside where the majority of this match takes place. They fought all in the crowd and Jarrett takes a brutal shot to the metal wall by the entrance area. Rhino even sets up a table infront of the tunnel and gores Jarrett right through it but the table doesn't really breaks. Lots of interference in this match which took away from the match. Brutal but not all that bloody. 4/5

2. Lethal Lockdown- Lockdown 2006
Sting, Ron Killings, AJ Styles, & Rhino vs. Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, & America's Most Wanted
This was good but this too wasn't all that bloody and violent. There were some good spots but the true highlight of this match is when Styles splashes Storm through the table on top of the cage, and that was for sure a pheonomenal moment in the match & in TNA history. The match kind of dragged on in the beginning but it really got picked up when Sting entered the ring. Pretty good lethal lockdown but not all that gory and bloody either. 4.5/5

3. Six Sides of Steel for the NWA Tag Team Championship- Bound for Glory 2006
Latin American Xchange w/ Konan vs. AJ Styles & Christopher Daniels
Now this is what I'm talking about. Styles, Daniels, & LAX manage to have a pheonomenal match and still have violence to take place as well. This match was very violent. LAX brings out a fork into the match and uses on Daniels and that was a very gory site to see. There were some good double team moves used by Daniels & Styles in this one. Styles crossbodys Hernandez from the top of the cage which was very pheonomenal! This was just an awesome match, I really loved this one. Pheonomenace. 5/5

4. Barbed Wire Cage Match- Impact November 2006
Rhino vs. Christian Cage
This is another one that was just bloody and brutal. Christian really bleeds in this one and it was a lot. Cage was able to cut the barb wire from the top to escape but he never is able to. Christian takes a brutal gut buster on top of one of the steel chairs which it looked like it broked Cage's ribs. Very brutal, Christian really takes some punishment in this one. 4/5

5. Match of the Decade- Genesis 2006
Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe
I was shocked that this match was on here, but Angle really does bleed a lot here. Angle takes a hard head shot to the ring steps by Joe which busted him open. This match really turned into a brawl when Angle got cut opened. There were some great impact moves and some submissions too. Angle even trys to german suplex Joe for a third time but drops Joe in mid air which looked like it broke Joe's neck. Some very close near falls & counters as well. This was my favorite match on this dvd. I really loved this one a lot. Great match and the fans are very into this one as well. Pure classic right here. 5/5

6. Late Rites Match- Destination X 2007
Sting vs. Abyss
This was TNA's version of a casket match but the casket was set up inside the ring instead of outside. Sting & Abyss takes some hard shots in this one. Sting takes one hard shot to the head with the candlestick holder while trying to stinger splash Abyss in the corner. Sting also takes a hard chokeslam on top of the casket. The crowd did chant BORING at times but it wasn't really boring at all. Pretty brutal match. 4/5

7. Texas Death Match- Sacrifice 2007
James Storm vs. Chris Harris
Now this match was very bloody. The match goes directly into the crowd as soon as the match starts and lasts out there for about a good 10 minutes. Harris does a crossbody from the top rope all the way into the crowd on Storm. Harris takes a viscious shot to the head from a steel chair by Storm. There were 2 good table spots as well. This match was very bloody and physical. 4.5/5

8. No Disqualification- Slammiversary 2007
Abyss vs. Tomko
This match got physical and violent in a hurry. Tomko really upped his game in this one and he really dishes out some punishment onto Abyss in this match. The thumb tacks, broken glass, and barbed wire bat all gets introduced early. There was one sickening spot where Tomko took a piece of glass and just ripped Abyss' forehead with it. The match did get clipped at one point but it was only after Abyss jumped off a scalfold onto Tomko but aint much is clipped. The match felt a little short to me but it is worth a watch. 4/5

9. Barbed Wire Massacre 2- Against All Odds 2008
Judas Mesias w/ James Mitchell vs. Abyss
Now this match wasn't as good as the Abyss/Sabu match but it was still very bloody and violent in its own right. There were some viscious spots with the barbed wire and the bard wire boards. Abyss chokeslams Mesias onto one of the boards but it doesn't breaks. Abyss wins after he hits the black hole slam to Mesias on the barbed wire board. Abyss really deserved this one. 4.5/5

This was a pretty good violent dvd. I haven't seen the other Bloodiest Brawls dvds from TNA but I would recommend on getting this one, not a bad collection of matches.
Barbed Wire, Shatter Glass, Steel Cages And More
D.P. | California | 08/06/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"NWA Champion Jeff Jarrett vs. "The War Machine" Rhino - This match was the sterotypical formula of a Jarrett match. Wrestling, a big brawl throughout the arena, and an overload of outside interference. The match with the wrestling & brawling was actually very well but the match took a turn for the worst when ALL members of Team Canada kept interfearing in the end to cost Rhino the match.
(Turning Point '05)

Lethal Lockdown Match: Sting, AJ Styles, Rhino, Ron Killings vs. Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, American's Most Wanted - This match was set under the old school War Games rules & was a very unique match. First Chris Harris and AJ Styles would start the match, then every two minutes either a member of Jarret's or Sting's army would enter to help their team. When the final member entered, the roof of the cage would lower, along with a cache of weapons hanging from it & that's where the match gets interesting as AJ Styles & James Storm go to the top & AJ hits a splash from the celing of the room through Storm & a table. Sting ends up winning for his team in the end
(Lockdown '06)

Six Sides Of Steel: NWA Tag Team Champions AJ Styles & Christopher Daniels vs. L.A.X. - Words won't do this match justice as it doesn't top their previous matches but it ranks right up there with their previous matches which were all classic tag team quality with a good amount of violence thrown in. Look out for AJ's flip dive off the top of the cage.
(Bound For Glory '06)
[Also available on "Best Of TNA Tag Teams Vol. 1"]

Barbed Wire Cage Match: Rhino vs. Christian Cage - This cage match had various stipulations in that Christian & Rhino had certain objects (key to the cage, bolt cutters, straightjacket, chairs) that were given to them through the cage when they asked for it & the only way to win was escaping the cage. In a nutshell, this was a match that had Christian constantly trying to win the match by escaping while Rhino was more focued on revenge which resulted in Cage being the bloodiest I've ever seen him. Look out for the ending which Mike Tenay put best "Christian may have won the battle but Rhino won the war."
("Impact" Oct. '06)
[Also available on "Christian Cage: The Instant Classic"]

Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe - The match was a disappointment in most people's eyes because they were expecting the type of dream match Angle had with Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 21 in which they put on a 30 min. rollercoaster of a wrestling clinic. However, this heavily resembles Angle's WrestleMania 22 match in which it didn't go long (less than 15 mins.) but in that entire time, they went high impact & there wasn't a slow moment which left you wanting more as Joe's undefeated streak came to an end. It didn't live up to the hype but in that case, it was an enjoyable failure.
(Genesis '06)

Last Rites Match: Sting vs. Abyss - This was a glorified casket match but the catch is that the casket is lowered from the ceiling (complete with special lighting & smoke as it's lowered) and you must put your opponent in it & have it raised back up to the ceiling. With fake tombstones & electic candelabras surrounding the ring, this was a wrestlecrap match in the making right alongside WWE's Kennell From Hell & WCW's Chamber Of Horrors. I'll give it some credit as Sting took a chokeslam right ontop of the casket that dented the top of it (which got the only positive reaction from the crowd thoughout the whole match) along with being busted open & bled buckets like I haven't seen for as long as I can remember...including the WCW days. This honestly was just one of those enjoyable trainwrecks...don't know how else to put it.
(Destination X '07)

Texas Death Match: James Storm vs. Chris Harris - Their first match at Lockdown was one of the worst matches that year...but after this one, you'll forget that match happened because this heavily made up for it & more. This was under old school Death Match rules where you had to score a pinfall & the loser has a 10 count to get to his feet or lose. They started brawling in the crowd right from the start and went back into the ring with both men heavily bleeding throughout the match & taking some punishment like both men going through tables, being hit with their finishing moves, dueling trash can lips, and even Jackie Moore & Gail Kim getting involved. The fans described this match perfectly..."This Is Awesome."
(Sacrifice '07)
[Also available on "Best Of 2007"]

No Disqualification Match: Abyss vs. Tomko - This match was different than most Abyss "hardcore matches" in that it wasn't a non-stop weapons spotfest but a normal brawling type match between both men as thumbtacks, shattered glass, and a barbed wire baseball bat all came into play at one time or another.
(Slammiversary '07)

Barbed Wire Massacre 2: Abyss vs. Judas Mesias - The match is exactly what it was advertised to me, bloody & brutal as both men hit the wire various times cutting Abyss' arm & Judas' chest in the beginning. Other weapsons like barbed wire wrapped chairs & boards were used to at various times like Abyss getting chairshots to the head, getting crotched on the chair after trying to hit a running splash, Judas being dropped onto one board & put through another, Abyss being speared into a board before being black hole slamming Judas for the win. A violent brawl.
(Against All Odds '08)

In the end, I felt like this didn't match the 5 star quality that the previous volume of "Bloodiest Brawls" did in terms of hardcore violence but for the most part, the quality in the matches are here & it's something I would recommend checking out."
9 Really Good Matches and Worth the Bucks
D.P. | 12/27/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This isn't as good as vol. 1 but it is very good in it's own right. Not like nasty hardcore match after harcore match. But theres blood on every match and good matches also.

1. Rhino vs Jeff Jarrett World Title
This is a match that is very differnt they go outside and team canada interferes O wait this is a normal Jarrett match but the match is ok it's not like a show stealer of even great it's a basic Jarrett match so it's another ok main event 6.75/10

2. Lethal Lockdown Sting, AJ Styles, Ron Killings, and Rhino vs Jeff Jarrett, AMW, and Scott Steiner
This match is really good one of my favorite Lethal Lockdowns and after seeing it again I think I was wrong and like seeing this on here better than 2007's main event the match was really fun to watch and really good with the wrestling and just everything and when Sting comes in the match picks up and finishs very strong 8.75/10

3. Cage Match Aj Styles and Christopher Daniels vs LAX Tag Title
This is a really good match like all of this feud the moves just start to pick up after awhile and then Aj hits a huge crossbody off the top of the cage and Hotstuff trys the same but it doesn't work for him both teams work together pefectly and then they both use the fork and boos 9.25/10

4. Barbedwire Cage Match Christian Cage vs Rhino
This match is a really good IMPACT match with them calling for things that they won in another match and can use in this one and Mr. Cage bleeds buckets in this one because Rhino used the Barbedwire to a huge advantage but it doesn't matter in the end because Cage steals it and doesn't even know he did 7.75/10

5. Match of the Decade??? Kurt Angle vs Samoa Joe
This was a huge letdown to all the hype the match is really good for the time but not for the buildup Angle gets busted open in this main event only match on the disc with out weapons it's good but not the best this decade 8.5/10

6. Last Rites Match Sting vs Abyss
This match is ok but is hurt by the gimmick I think they would have had a better match if there wasn't a dumb gimmick holding them back but Sting looks like he was actully cut by the plastic candle stick in the match I never saw him blade in this one and the choke slam on the "death bed" 7/10

7. Texas Death Match James Storm vs Chris Harris
This match is really good they pull of some really cool spots with them getting up after pin falls then later kicking out of each others finisher they both are wearing jeans in this one which sells that it's just an all out fight even more 9.5/10

8. No DQ Match Abyss vs Tomko
The match starts out as a basic big man match but then we go to the outside and then get tacks and glass then up the ramp and up the set then a huge spot and back to the ring for the finish the maybe Tomko's best match of his life 8.75/10

9. Barbedwire Massacre Judas Mesias vs Abyss
This match is a bit slower paced than the first one but I think it's still pretty solid I know it's violent like the last one and it's pretty brutal in it's own right and I think the spot where Mesias was slammed from the apron to the barbedwire board is really sick and even sicker than anything 8.25/10"